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before i tear things apart i need to know something

i have an early 99 and my transfer case sounds like it is slipping and clunking in 4 wheel so i wanna know real quick if the transfer case is chain driven or gear driven because if its chain i know most likely my dad was being a jackass and drove it on pavement in 4w and streatched the chain but if its gear driven i dont wanna touch it

early 99 7.3 powerstroke 237k, 6 speed manual, DIY intake,5.6k, soon to be 6" all spring, 35x12.5x18 nitto trail grapplers, 18 inch moto metal 959
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I believe it is gear driven but have you checked your fluid lvl?

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I believe only the explorers, rangers, and some expeditions used chain driven t-cases.
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The transfer case is chain driven.
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X2 on chain..... I only know a few gear driven t-case. NP205 and Dana300. And the powerstrokes did not use any of them.....

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The transfer case is chain driven.
thanks man well now at least i think know what the problem is now for the fun part

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